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Name: Camarilla Equation Levels

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You have probably heard about the 'Camarilla Equation' by now, and how Day Trading is made easier by it. Discovered in 1989 by a semi-legendary bond trader called Nick Stott, it is allegedly a secret day trading formula that will help your day trading reach new heights of accomplishment, with the bare minimum of risk. Or so the story goes. But what about the reality? We have investigated the Camarilla Equation thoroughly, and can now report on the truth behind this amazing phenomenon.
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